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Jones Square Park

170 Saratoga Avenue 14608 map

Occupying a six-acre block in the northwest quadrant of the city, Jones Square Park is a restful, relaxing green space. In its early days, the park was used as marching grounds for Civil War soldiers and was one of Rochester's earliest baseball fields. Later, the park was redesigned by famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted.

This neighborhood park has benches, a running/jogging track, and plenty of trees to shade you from the warm summer sun. 

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